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Crew members assigned to High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) look on as a donated mobile medical clinic is delivered to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, as part of Project Handclasp. Project Handclasp is a U.S. Navy program that accepts and transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill material donated by America's private sector on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships for distribution to foreign nation recipients.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jeffery Tilghman Williams (Released)  101108-N-7589W-088

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Nov. 8, 2010)1 of 4

Crew members assigned to High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) look on as a donated mobile medical clinic is delivered to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, as part of Project Handclasp. Project Handclasp is a U.S. Navy program that accepts and transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill material donated by America's private sector on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships for distribution to foreign nation recipients. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jeffery Tilghman Williams (Released) 101108-N-7589W-088

Crew members assigned to High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) look on as a donated mobile medical clinic is delivered to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, as part of Project Handclasp. Project Handclasp is a U.S. Navy program that accepts and transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill material donated by America's private sector on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships for distribution to foreign nation recipients.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ricardo Reyes (Released)  101108-N-2984R-148

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Nov. 8, 2010)2 of 4

Crew members assigned to High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) look on as a donated mobile medical clinic is delivered to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, as part of Project Handclasp. Project Handclasp is a U.S. Navy program that accepts and transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill material donated by America's private sector on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships for distribution to foreign nation recipients. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ricardo Reyes (Released) 101108-N-2984R-148

Cmdr. Mark Becker, mission commander for Southern Partnership Station 2011, greets Robenson Lucceus, public relations coordinator for International Child Care, during the turn over of a mobile medical clinic delivered aboard High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2). The vehicle was donated as part of Project Handclasp, a U.S. Navy program that accepts and transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill material donated by America's private sector on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships for distribution to foreign nation recipients.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ricardo J. Reyes (Released)  101108-N-2984R-248

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Nov. 8, 2010)3 of 4

Cmdr. Mark Becker, mission commander for Southern Partnership Station 2011, greets Robenson Lucceus, public relations coordinator for International Child Care, during the turn over of a mobile medical clinic delivered aboard High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2). The vehicle was donated as part of Project Handclasp, a U.S. Navy program that accepts and transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill material donated by America's private sector on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships for distribution to foreign nation recipients. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ricardo J. Reyes (Released) 101108-N-2984R-248

Members of the Dominican Republic defense forces load pallets of Project Handclasp humanitarian aid delivered by High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2). Project Handclasp transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill materials on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships. Swift is supporting Southern Partnership Station, a deployment of various specialty platforms to the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility in the Caribbean and Central America.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Rachael L. Leslie (Released)  100920-N-4971L-048

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, (Sept. 20, 2010)4 of 4

Members of the Dominican Republic defense forces load pallets of Project Handclasp humanitarian aid delivered by High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2). Project Handclasp transports educational, humanitarian and goodwill materials on a space-available basis aboard U.S. Navy ships. Swift is supporting Southern Partnership Station, a deployment of various specialty platforms to the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility in the Caribbean and Central America. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Rachael L. Leslie (Released) 100920-N-4971L-048

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